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Coupling Numerical Simulation and Field Experiment to Optimize Vegetation Arrangement for Pleasant Outdoor Wind Environment in Residential District  [PDF]
Bo Hong, Fang Chen, Peng Ren
Journal of Environmental Protection (JEP) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jep.2015.64037
Abstract: Combining with field experiments in Ivy Town residential area, numerical simulation of the influences of vegetation on outdoor wind environment with SPOTE (Simulation Platform for Outdoor Thermal Environment) was carried out for comparison in the study. The conclusions were drawn as follows: 1) the wind velocity with and without vegetation was compared both in winter and summer; the simulation results would help us determine which vegetation to plant in green space; 2) after supplanting the status deciduous vegetation into evergreen one, the actual wind velocity increased to a much extent in areas with adjusting vegetation than areas with status vegetation, with an increase by 64.7% in winter; 3) by adjusting arrangement and types of vegetation in the regions where the wind environment was unpleasant for pedestrian thermal comfort both in winter and summer, the pedestrian-level wind velocity could be obviously improved through the simulation and comparison.
Insight into the Strong Antioxidant Activity of Deinoxanthin, a Unique Carotenoid in Deinococcus Radiodurans
Hong-Fang Ji
International Journal of Molecular Sciences , 2010, DOI: 10.3390/ijms11114506
Abstract: Deinoxanthin (DX) is a unique carotenoid synthesized by Deinococcus radiodurans, one of the most radioresistant organisms known. In comparison with other carotenoids, DX was proven to exhibit significantly stronger reactive oxygen species (ROS)-scavenging activity, which plays an important role in the radioresistance of D.?radiodurans. In this work, to gain deeper insights into the strong antioxidant activity of DX, the parameters characterizing ROS-scavenging potential were calculated by means of quantum chemical calculations. It was found that DX possesses lower lowest triplet excitation energy for its unique structure than other carotenoids, such as β-carotene and zeaxanthin, which endows DX strong potential in the energy transfer-based ROS?scavenging process. Moreover, the H-atom donating potential of DX is similar to zeaxanthin according to the theoretical homolytic O-H bond dissociation enthalpy. Thus, the large number of conjugated double bonds should be crucial for its strong antioxidant?activity.
Weak Hopf algebras corresponding to quantum algebras U q (f (K, H))
Yanyong Hong,Fang Li
Arabian Journal of Mathematics , 2012, DOI: 10.1007/s40065-012-0014-5
A simple model for approximate bandgap structure calculation of all-solid photonic bandgap fibre based on an array of rings

Fang Hong,

物理学报 , 2008,
Abstract: A simple model for approximate bandgap structure calculation of all-solid photonic bandgap fibre based on an array of rings is proposed. In this model calculated are only the potential modes of a unit cell, which is a high-index ring in the low-index background for this fibre, rather than the whole cladding periodic structure based on Bloch's theorem to find the bandgap. Its accuracy is proved by comparing its results with the results obtained by using the accurate full-vector plane-wave method. High speed in computation is its great advantage over the other exact methods, because it only needs to find the roots of one-dimensional analytical expressions. And the results of this model, mode plots, offer an ideal environment to explore the basic properties of photonic bandgap clearly.
Reconsidering Peter Newmark s Theory on Literal Translation
Wei Lu,Hong Fang
Theory and Practice in Language Studies , 2012, DOI: 10.4304/tpls.2.4.741-746
Abstract: Even though Translation Studies has undertaken a cultural turn and made fruitful achievements, Peter Newmark, whose theory bears a strong tint of applicability, should still be considered as one of the most important figures in the field of translation studies, especially among those who are devoted to translation practice or translation teaching. Therefore, it is not out of season here to discuss Peter Newmark and his seemingly dated theory in the present academic atmosphere of Translation Studies. Mainly based on A Textbook of Translation, in which the great translation theorist strongly advocates literal translation, this paper has taken a further consideration on to what extent his theory can be applied to Chinese-English and English-Chinese translation, which would be beneficial to translation practice and translation teaching. The aim is not to put forward something new, but rather to serve as an attempt to rectify the academic extremity after the cultural turn in Translation Studies.
Image Guided Biodistribution and Pharmacokinetic Studies of Theranostics
Hong Ding, Fang Wu
Theranostics , 2012,
Abstract: Image guided technique is playing an increasingly important role in the investigation of the biodistribution and pharmacokinetics of drugs or drug delivery systems in various diseases, especially cancers. Besides anatomical imaging modalities such as computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), molecular imaging strategy including optical imaging, positron emission tomography (PET) and single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) will facilitate the localization and quantization of radioisotope or optical probe labeled nanoparticle delivery systems in the category of theranostics. The quantitative measurement of the bio-distribution and pharmacokinetics of theranostics in the fields of new drug/probe development, diagnosis and treatment process monitoring as well as tracking the brain-blood-barrier (BBB) breaking through by high sensitive imaging method, and the applications of the representative imaging modalities are summarized in this review.
Image Guided Biodistribution of Drugs and Drug Delivery
Hong Ding, Fang Wu
Theranostics , 2012,
Abstract: Image guided technique is playing an increasingly important role in the investigation of the biodistribution and pharmacokinetics of drugs or drug delivery systems. The application of these new materials and techniques with combined properties of diagnosis and therapy can benefit the development of targeted drug delivery system and modern personalized medicine This special issue provides an up-to-date collection of original research articles and review on the development of novel targeted drug and drug delivery systems combining with non-invasive image guided techniques for chemotherapeutic reagents or DNA delivery.
Variable Selection for Credit Risk Model Using Data Mining technique
Kuangnan Fang,Hong Huang
Journal of Computers , 2011, DOI: 10.4304/jcp.6.9.1868-1874
Abstract: With the emergence of the current financial crisis, societies see the increasing importance of credit risks management in financial institutions. Four mainstream credit risk rating models have been developed, however, their applicability in the Taiwan market is yet to be evaluated. In this paper, six major credit risk models, including Merton Option Pricing Model,Discriminant Analysis Model, Logistic Regression (Logit) Model, Probit Model, Survival Analysis Model, and Artificial Neural Network Model were examined, in order to identify the common variables applicable to each model. The common variables were then applied to each respective model directly. Using Transition Matrix and mapping methods to estimate long term default probability, for developing appropriate credit risk model with the estimated default probability.
Reflections on the Internationalization of Higher Education in Jiangxi
Hong Fang,Hongmin Zhou
International Education Studies , 2010, DOI: 10.5539/ies.v3n2p27
Abstract: The internationalization of higher education in Jiangxi Province is not only the internal requirement of the development of higher education but the actual demands of Jiangxi’s economic development. However, quite a few problems are hindering it, such as laggard ideas about education internationalization, low level of staff internationalization, dissatisfying overseas enrollment, poor international cooperation in running schools, small scale of the international exchanges of information and so on. As a result, in order to promote the internationalization of Jiangxi’s higher education, some countermeasures should be taken: enhancing understanding, updating ideas and accelerating relevant projects; sorting out relations and perfecting systems according to actual demands; confirming objectives, giving guidance according to different types and developing individuality; improving teaching quality and developing programs; expanding channels and creating conditions in accordance with local conditions.
Discussion on Strategies of Development and Application of Human Resources
Hong Fang,Hongmin Zhou
Asian Social Science , 2010, DOI: 10.5539/ass.v6n3p12
Abstract: Establishment of a great power with human resources is one of the major strategies in China. To strengthen development and application of human resources is an important task China is currently faced up with. In this article, the author attempts to discuss strategies of development and application of human resources from several aspects, such as education, market, enterprises and the government, etc.
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